It would be sooooooo hard to compare though....
Each persons feet are different...but I would like try these!
Nike says its $250 Vaporfly running shoes literally make people run faster than they would in an inferior shoe. This might sound like a typically outlandish marketing claim, but an in-depth analysis conducted by The New York Times found that the claim is actually true. The Times looked at half-a-million marathon and half-marathon runners, and found that those wearing Vaporflys ran 3 to 4 percent faster than similar runners wearing other shoes, and 1 percent faster than the next-fastest racing shoe. That 4 percent difference shaves six minutes off a three-hour marathoner's time, so the difference is significant.
Go the extra mile with Mo. ⠀ ⠀ From humble beginnings to historic wins, 4x Olympic Gold Medalist @gomofarah has traveled a long distance to the top. This Sunday, his journey comes full circle as he takes on his hometown Marathon. Join Mo for a workout in this week's Audio Guided Run and hear his story along the way! Available in the NRC app. #ChooseGo